Located in Honolulu, Kaka’ako is a lively, unmissable urban mecca of modern art, fine dining, and nightly entertainment. It’s only a short walk from our luxurious Prince Waikiki resort. Near Ala Moana Beach Park, you can spend a day enjoying the coast all while trying something unique with this up-and-coming neighborhood. Here’s what you need to know about Kaka’ako’s communities.
Initially a commercial district, Kaka’ako is becoming one of the best locations for shopping, dining, art, and culture on Oahu. Injected with new-found vibrancy and life, Kaka’ako continues to draw visitors every day. The abundance of dining and retail options are exponentially growing. Ward Village and SALT are perfect if you’re looking for a Hawaiian souvenir. This lively community is making rapid improvements and creating a comfortable and healthy location for all to enjoy. As with any upgrade or revitalization of a local spot, the modern style doesn’t seem to take away from the Hawaiian heritage which still reigns in this popular area near Prince Waikiki.
Things to Do in Kaka’ako
This neighborhood is an urban mecca with plenty of unique eateries and shopping. Kaka’ako is known for small cafes and local art galleries. Whether you’re here for fine dining or the street food, you’re sure to find something that your taste buds will savor. There are many different types of businesses for visitors and tourists to enjoy.
Check out the Honolulu Night Market, which happens every third Saturday of the month, at the corners of Auahi and Keawe Street. All ages are welcome to join in the fun! Plus, make sure to capture the beauty of the murals from POW! WOW!, an art collective and movement that has decorated the byways throughout Kaka’ako.
You don’t want to skip Kaka’ako. Our Prince Waikiki resort makes for the perfect home-away-from-home while you explore the city and neighboring communities. Experience more than just fantastic dining and culture when you step into the vibrant life of the Kaka’ako neighborhood.